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  1. Journal Article Year:  2010 Authors:  Sierchio, J.M. and Rieke, G.H. and Su, K.Y.L. and Plavchan, P. and Stauffer, J.R. and Gorlova, N.I. circumstellar matter infrared: stars open...

    Anonymous - 2013-04-15 11:15

  2. Conference Proceedings Article Year:  2003 Authors:  Brown, R.A. and Burrows, C.J. and Casertano, S. and Clampin, M. and Ebbets, D.C. and Ford, E.B. and Jucks, K.W. and Kasdin, N.J. and Kilston, S. and Kuchner,...

    Anonymous - 2013-04-15 11:15

  3. Conference Proceedings Article Year:  2005 Authors:  Chang, T. and Tam, S.W.Y. and Wu, C.-C. Publication:  Multiscale Coupling of Sun-Earth Processes Citation Reference:  2005mcsp...

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  4. Journal Article Year:  2005 Authors:  Belcher, J.W. Education: Teaching methods Education: Post-secondary education Magnetospheric Physics: General or miscellaneous ...

    Anonymous - 2013-04-15 11:11

  5. Journal Article Year:  1991 Authors:  Binzel, R.P. ASTEROIDS Astronomy COMETS Solar system METEORITES METEOROID SHOWERS ORBITAL MECHANICS SOLAR...

    Anonymous - 2013-04-15 11:14

  6. Journal Article Year:  2008 Authors:  Rho, J. and Kozasa, T. and Reach, W.T. and Smith, J.D. and Rudnick, L. and DeLaney, T. and Ennis, J.A. and Gomez, H. and Tappe, A. ISM: Dust Extinction ...

    Anonymous - 2013-04-15 11:09

  7. Journal Article Year:  2006 Authors:  Cooper, J.F. and Johnson, R.E. and Richardson, J.D. and Leblanc, F. Publication:  Astrobiology Citation Reference:  2006AsBio...6..437C ...

    Anonymous - 2013-04-15 11:11

  8. Journal Article Year:  2006 Authors:  Kong, A.K.H. and Bassa, C. and Pooley, D. and Lewin, W.H.G. and Homer, L. and Verbunt, F. and Anderson, S.F. and Margon, B. Stars: Binaries: Close Galaxy...

    Anonymous - 2013-04-15 11:16

  9. Journal Article Year:  1999 Authors:  Sankrit, R. and Sembach, K.R. and Canizares, C.R. GALAXIES: ACTIVE GALAXIES: INDIVIDUAL: MESSIER NUMBER: M87 GALAXIES: NUCLEI Ultraviolet:...

    Anonymous - 2013-04-15 11:09

  10. The Chandra X-ray Observatory is the world's most powerful X-ray telescope, allowing scientists to study the origin, structure and evolution of our universe in greater detail than ever before. The spacecraft and science instruments are...

    Anonymous - 2014-01-15 23:45